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The 70-year-old former Aerosmith frontman dug into his band's old hits, and plenty of other bands' old hits, too. more

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Backed by surf-rockers Los Straitjackets, the elegant British rock 'n' roller offered a smooth respite from Sunday afternoon's angry downpour. more

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Just one year after their inconspicuous Summerfest debut, bluesy Michigan rockers Greta Van Fleet return with considerably more buzz. more

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David Byrne graced the Riverside Theater with nothing less than one of the most form-breaking, inventively choreographed concerts ever. more

Concert Reviews

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For R. Mutt’s 30th anniversary show, four distinct lineups with a total of 11 musicians will take turns on stage working through the band’s eclectic catalog. more

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Veteran Milwaukee indie-rockers The Cut-Outs draw from a well of emo, Brit-pop and post-punk influences. more

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A captivating frontman, Ty Segall made sure all eyes were on him at his unforgettable sold-out show. more

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The New Grey’s fusion of rock, funk, R&B and hip-hop sounds like little else coming out of Milwaukee right now. more

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After leaning on his stage persona, guitar great Joe Satriani sought to express a truer version of himself on his latest album. more

Music Feature

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Starset’s Dustin Bates was on track for a successful career in robotics before music intervened. more

Music Feature

The shtick-free Milwaukee rock quartet returns with three more killer tracks that capture the best of an era gone by. more

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San Francisco’s Negative Press Project transforms the sublime songs of Jeff Buckley into melodious frameworks for eclectic instrumental improvisation within a focused ensemble setting. more

Album Reviews

Thelonious Monk’s Les Liaisons Dangereuses was recorded for the 1960 French film of that name and somehow slipped through the cracks of history. Monk was at a peak during the session, conjuring memories of the blues and turning jazz into Cu... more

Album Reviews

Their influences may be familiar, but the Mike Benign Compulsion pack their latest album with surprises. more

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If you can get past the cheesy cover and lead-off title track, you’ll discover that Life’s A Party—the new album from Milwaukee singer-songwriter/guitarist Jackie Brown and her band—is a smooth and sophisticated blend of catchy pop, rock an... more

Album Reviews

With their heaving riffs and soccer chant cadences, Milwaukee’s Bad Bread could easily be mistaken for a London punk band circa 1978. more

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Milwaukee rockers Red Stuff have never sounded more freewheeling than on their latest album, recorded during a single one-hour practice session and completely composed on the spot. more

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Milwaukee power-pop virtuosos Midnight Reruns have spent three albums charting the ways teenage angst crystallizes into quarter-life resignation, with songs less about turning lemons into lemonade than about learning to settle for ice water. That .. more

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This Saturday, March 18, the tallest building in Wisconsinwill serve as a vertical race track so that a few thousand area residents canhave a good time getting high and raising money for a great cause. It’s the 8thannual Milwaukee Fight fo.. more

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